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Central Utah Relocation Center

 Organization

Biography

Central Utah Relocation Center (1942-1945) was a camp in Topaz, Utah, where Japanese Americans and immigrants from Japan were interned during World War II.

Citation:
The Minorities of America, 1944: slip inserted (Japanese-American Relocation Center at Topaz, Utah)

Arrington, L.J. The price of prejudice, 1962: t.p. (Japanese-American Relocation Center in Utah) p. 2 (Central Utah Relocation Center) p. 10 (Name of [war relocation] center: Central Utah)

Topaz times, Aug. 31, 1945: p. 2 (Cental Utah Relocation Center)

Trek, Dec. 1942: t.p. (Central Utah Relocation Project) Feb. 1943: t.p. (Central Utah Relocation Center)

NUCMC data from Japanese American National Museum for Hisako Hibi collection, 1942-1945 (The Hibis were later transferred to the Topaz Concentration Camp in Utah)

Wikipedia, February 11, 2022 (Topaz War Relocation Center; American concentration camp; housed Americans of Japanese descent and immigrants from Japan; opened in September 1942, closed October 1945)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Doren Benjamin Boyce papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 7980
Scope and Contents Contains information on Doren Benjamin Boyce's work at the Topaz Relocation Camp. Includes his correspondence with friends and camp administrative officials, as well as inventories and receipts for purchases made because of the camp and other financial documents. Also includes records about the camp, mostly orinetation materials about the purpose and function of Topaz. Collection also contains some documents about the members of the camp, as well as newspaper clippings and articles on...
Dates: approximately 1942-1983